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A hand-list of genera and species of birds of the Indian empire


Published 1923
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Publisher Bombay, Printed by order of the committee of the Bombay natural history society
Pages 266
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language English
Call number b1049186
Digitizing sponsor Biodiversity Heritage Library
Book contributor American Museum of Natural History Library
Collection biodiversity; americanmuseumnaturalhistory; americana
Scanfactors 37

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Reviewer: shyamal - - September 29, 2008
Subject: The trinomial introduction
Baker was the first person to introduce trinomials into Indian ornithology. His work introduced the concept of local population variations and his subspecies continue to be important and many are still unverified and most of the population distribution boundaries have never been carefully studied. Indian observers will benefit in examining this literature.
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